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It is going to be hard for EA Sports to recover from a three-year absence in the video game market. For the better part of a decade, 2K's NBA2K series has dominated the basketball video game market. And has picked up several awards for doing so.
NBA Live? It went dark in 2010 after the failed launch of the Kevin Durant-covered NBA Live 11. Serious glitches (the Andrew Bynum Jesus glitch being the most famous) and a decreasing market share caused EA Sports to shutter the game. Getting back in the game is going to be a long way up.
But it is happening and your basketball video gaming choices have just expanded.
EA Sports released the cover to its new-look NBA Live 14 this past week with Kyrie Irving staring straight back at you in the game's re-debut:
What exactly is going to be different about NBA Live 14? That still does not seem entirely certain. The game's Web site is touting a new dribbling engine along with the usual bells and whistles of "real stats ...
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The Philadelphia 76ers' acquisition of Andrew Bynum was a disaster, so the team's CEO decided to apologize for the entire mess.
It's no secret that the 76ers' Andrew Bynum experiment was a disaster.
The acquisition of the 7-foot center in last summer's four-team trade ultimately set the Sixers back several seasons. Bynum who made $16.9 million last year never played for the team because of chronically injured knees.
After being urged by WIP-FM (94.1) host Angelo Cataldi new Sixers chief executive...
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Leading off, Philadelphia 76ers new CEO Scott O’Neill apologized for the Andrew...
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Here we go again with Andrew Bynum and Dan Gilbert’s Horseshoe Casino in downtown Cleveland. You might remember yesterday when we showed you …
I will say this about Bynum, a lot of NBA players like to hide in the shadows and have their bodyguards or yes-men making sure people don’t bother them.
Not Andrew Bynum, if he wants to roll to the sandwich shop or casino, he just rolls and normally he is solo, not entourage in sight.
He is a man of the people.
Andrew Bynum playing roulette at Dan Gilbert’s Horseshoe Casino in...
For those of you who do not know, Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert owns a casino in the Cleveland-metro area called the “Horseshoe Casino”.
Over the last two nights, the Cavaliers new center Andrew Bynum was seen at the establishment and even decided to play some blackjack last night:
Andrew Bynum was at Dan Gilbert’s Casino [Busted Coverage]
Philadelphia 76ers: Best and Worst Moves of the Off Season
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/HoopStuff…
Best: Shedding Salary
- The team no longer has Andrew Bynum or Jrue Holiday, so other than Thaddeus Young their books are basically empty. That is it, that’s the only positive.
Worst: Trading Jrue Holiday
- This is very simple, they traded a 23 year old, All Star point guard...